A sudden spike in COVID19 cases, and associated contacts, resulted in our Grade 10 Giants Journey being postponed until November. However for those staff who would have been accompanying the pupils on their 15-day odyssey, this became an opportunity to grow. We headed up to the Drakensberg Escarpment to get 4 days of good experience, that would only benefit the postponed Grade 10’s Giants Journey. While a number of staff had already attended a mountain
My name is John Hutton and Treverton has been my home since 2018. I have a lovely wife, Natalie, and we have two children Ayla and Jayce. After we got married, my wife and I enjoyed three years in Sapporo, on the snowy northern island of Japan. We lived there, taught our language and learned their language and travelled to China, Thailand, South Korea and the Philippines. After our travels, we came back to KZN
As a parent at Treverton, I always observed the ‘happy’ staff at the school, and hoped that one day I could may become one of them! It happened in 2004, when our children were old enough not to be taught by their mother! Then I was the grade 2 teacher, it became such a huge privilege to observe the growth and development in the lives of these little people! Often I will say to parents,
I am Lynne Butler and I have worked at Treverton for almost 30 years. I started out as a house mother at the Prep for 3 years, then moved over to the bursar’s office as debtors clerk and started helping out with admissions. Since 2015, I have been the College Secretary and Admissions Officer. I am getting to know the College pupils first hand as I sit in the reception area at the College.
I started working at Treverton in 2020, but my journey began when I first came to the school to play rugby fixtures a few years ago and ever since then, I have enjoyed the campus and the experiences that come along with it. I enjoy working as an intern here, and I can say that Treverton has made me want to become a teacher and has given me a strong foundation. I have met amazing